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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 26 April 1860

Agricultural. [From the Ohio Farmer.] Culture of the Sweet Potato. Thvroja probably no vugftHlilo tliat ' ii coming into general cultivation morn rapidly than tliu sweet potato; nof is Uieru any vegotahle, to my knowledge, that i o frequently mis cnIiiKfe(i. Ami more, 1 il not be lieve there is a form in Ohio, of fifty acres, that produces pood coin, that cannot bo ma le to produce good sweet potatoes, bv following tho di - rections given m this article. Soil. 1 pretVr a saivly, or light loam; but tliii U not saying none oth er will do. Any boil that can bo roads dry and mel'ow, will do, being careful not to enrich too highly. Be ginners griiera'lv plant a small patch io the garden, the richest spot (in ani- ' n.al milium) to be f un ! on the farm. The roBiilt is a great crop of vines, but ; DO potatoes. Jfanvres. The best of manure is " decayed vegetable nutter; therefore, hind newly cleared, if suitable in oth er respects, w.l always give a good return. If animal manure is used at...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 May 1860

Mint v U : If. It Jil l' in- ill I- . EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WHATEVER STATE Oil FEUSUASIOX, BELIGIOUS OK POLITICAL. Thoi. Jefferson. VOL 8, M'AliTHUR, VINTON . COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 3, ISGQ. , NO, 28: -' . . . i r. .1. LAWS OF OHIO: PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 97] AN ACT To regulate' the sale o real estate bjr relig- ioue societies. ; ' ' ' "Section 1. Be ii'enactel by tie General Assembly of (he State of Ohio, Hut when ever aur religious society shall desire to sell any real estate that may havtt been convey ed to loch society, and is held in trust for a specified religious purpose, it shall be lawful for the trustees, wardens and vestry, or other pfflcers entrusted with the management of the affairs ol such society, to file in the Court of Common Pieos ot the couutr hern su. b realest&ie miy ba hituaie. a petition suiiug that such society desires to make such sale for the purpose of investing the proceeds in other real estate to b held and used lor u like purpose,...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 May 1860

[No. 110.] AN ACT To provide for tlie final payment and re- dempiiun of the Public FuiideJ Debt uf (lie Slate of Ohio. Section 1. Beit enacted by the Gtntrul Aaeinbly rf the State of Ohio, That the comnuBsioiiers of the linking fund, for the time being, be end they tie hereby authoriz ed, empowered end required, at lieriods pre vious to and near it:? time at which any por tion of (he funded debt of this Mate shall be come payable according to the terms ex posed upon the ft.ee of tho certificates thereof, to make aitd issue in due form a"ree- ably to the laws of the stale in such cases m-AiU anil nmv i l f il, f.,..,l.i debt ot the stale of such numberiaiid amount bsjliall be iiillicieni, from the process there-. of to ledeem fo much of fuid debt theu about m to become payable as shall nut havo been paid or fully provided for, by the application thnrAlu nf thfl cinliintf rim. I ocIuKIiKa.I -VI- w W. . Clll II I 11 (111.-. V?IU V, JSt.LU UIIU fixed by the consiituiioo of the slate and...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 May 1860

BX rOBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY ALEX. PEAItCE.v f FFICE-IN BKATTON'S NEW BUILDING TWO DOOE3 EAST OF THE COCKT IIOCSE, UP STAIRS. TEUmTofI'iTbLI Ona copy one yar, In advance, it.RO If paid after six months. i.00 Clubiof ton new subscribers to 1 P. O. 10,00 Too money mutt invariably accompany the rar trom uuds. tSTNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid up, unions at the option of the mnnsher. "Whan the paper Is not ordered to bo discon tinued at the end oftbayoar.it will be continued TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One Square (10 linos) 8 Insertion 1,00 Each additional iuert:on 25 8 mouths. 8 months. 12 hoxtiis una square JJ.UU 5,00 &3,D0 Two squares 6,00 8,00 J2,00 Thrto do. 7,00 10,00 13,00 t column iu.uo ls.ou JO.OO 'column 15,00 20,00 80,00 ah ruie and ngure woik will be charged one half more than the aho a rates. ;6peolal notices will bo charged double tlio aoovs rates. Card of Physician, Lawyers, or others, con Wining five linoi,or less 5,00 per annum. Obituary notice...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 3 May 1860

Agricultural. Hints for the Garden. I. Prepare ground, and plant ear ly pofatott iuimediari-ljr. As time are not grown lor lato keeping, but for. immediate use during summer, n course of forcing may le pursued. The Jnnd should be well druined, and the soil in good heart. NeshHiinocks will force well: many, however, pro- r 1 I ler tue mure jutirjr an icurvu xiiu- ner. II. Bents should now be sown in good, deep, well drained soil. It is lolly to expect a fa'ue crop of beets in poor, shallow land. Manure for beets should bo thorougly rotted, and the ground made mellow. When there . are any lumps and the young root comes in contact with oue, it diverges, and becomes permanently crooked, spoiling iU appearance. The Loii Smooth Blood is an excellent market sort. The Baseano is earlier, but white, the quality good. 111. Cefery should be sown ic drills, in good soil. The 6urfaco of the bed should be kept moist. If it is allowed to become alternately dry and wet several times, tho seed is ap...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 May 1860

twrt EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALE RIE. OF WIIATEVEK STATE OR PEltSlUSIOX, IkXLlGIOLS Oil POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. VOL. 8, M'AliTIIUli. VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, MAY 17, I860. NO. 40... 1 U .-A -Tl If 1 AW TfP . - Id f ! LAWS OF OHIO: PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [No. 90.] AN ACT Defining I he pnwesaad prescribing the duties of the Board of Public Works. m r'a v, , - i . i u 0'Mu nr ihm lnt tf flit 1 hut Id imh. Ajsemov of the Male of Ohio, That the pub' lie works of die State bh.ill be divided by the Board of Public Work? into three grand di visions or districts, to be designated by such names or numbers as said Board shall deem proper, and to be of such limit and extent as said Board (torn time to time slinll prescribe; e 8 in I preFcri e; and eBth member ot the jiouru oi luoiic Works iihull as the urtincr i'.mi,iiiinier ill . :.rI .! .. I. fJl"?..rrT' e! b,.. . ,! fS&SX e ex 5rf '"L ..f.-.t-f , .Ui.omj.yr u.ouuo am. .omuu. au....i.:8- tration of the affairs of t-ucli district or di...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 May 1860

And for ire first quarter of llie ear La thiiufiml doiluri. Fir ail additional fiery on ermine kMiidry houae, fifteen hundred ilollnr.s NORTHERN OHIO LUNATIC ASYLUM. prrinirncteiit, bsriitont pluai. ian. aternr,t ond matron of the Northern Ohio Lunatic, two tliuuiaiiJ seveu hundred Jul- lu,i ,, ... , , foe tli payment of I . moral Instructor tfiJ .8,1,-01. ioh,.lr,lld llilri. For proviaiona ml ne..-e-a.y cu.rent 1111 ami rcpiirs for said aluin. bixieum lmuKann doium. And for the first quarter of the year iSGl tlx thrxitami dollars. For library picture! and ina;s, three hun trod dol'arn. For omnibus, two hun 1 rcj ai.d twenty. the: Formeloijeon. one hundred ilolh.ra. tc.ftw.iter (or (lie in -tituticn. two hundred and liltv d .... Fir repiirt and reeettiig boilera, Ce hundred dollurs. For steam pipe?, si hundred drillun For lurnice sml return for 111 oiufu tiiiinc VSrtSr aJ n0''""- , . f or MBkcr Muelni 2 irailnue, three hun-, tired dollars. For repjirinj roof of Iinne A-yhun xsewbnrg...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 May 1860

jje STcrtur- JJcmotrat. PUBLISHED EVERY THVBSD.T BY ALtX. I'EAUCC. erncE-iN bkattons kkw bitlding TWO DOORS EAST OF THE COCET HOUSE, UP STA1KS. TtiuM OF l II B LI CATION. One copy one yjnr.in adanco, $1.S0 If paid uftor kix mnntha. Clubsoflon uow subscribe to 1 P. 0, s.uo 1o.(U, Tho money must invariably accompany the rilnr Inm (.moa. fN,'l:T"!,.r:,::!1,im'til.?1,;kin. trrearatreuaru puid up, unless at tlio option of the Publisher. When tlio paper is not ordered to tie disoon tiauad at the mi J uftlieyeur.lt ill becntiiiued. T K II .u s or A I) V I IITI S I N u. One Square ( 10 lines) 3 insertion! Jl.oo Eacli additional insertion 2." 8 KONTIIS. 9 WONTIH. 12 MONTHS. Onoiqunro !.0') (5 00 frs.'ii Two squares 5.00 8.00 1-2.0" Thro do. 7.1)0 10.M) 15.00 Vcolumu 10.10 IS. 00 20 DO if column 15.00 20.00 30.0(1 All rulo and finro wotk ill be charged due alf m ire thiin tlio aliovo rates. Special notices will bo charged double the above rates. Cards of Phynieiaiyi. Lawyers, or others, con t...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 17 May 1860

Agricultural. Hints for the Season. I. Draining may still be performed, at this is an operation may go on all the year round, m,! when the the year round, unices when thu . i r .. ri. - . iT.i. .... - . . .V defining will now be apparent, in drier and mellower soil that is easily . . workou. uomparc arainei news wmi those on which the water has bin du ring the wet weather, and note tho difference. II. Look to your stock, especially tho young animals. Calves that you intend to keep Bhould be well fed; now is tlie time to give uietu a start, iiie j great object in keeping cattle is mtot and milk, and the mow you can ub- tain the better. Ilalfetived calves i- i...n . !, make stnntcd bulls, cows or oxen, that . are, as '.general thing, neither prone ' rfrTiirnJsome. white, the qnuiity zrtn next winfffc III. Celery 'parsnips, mangold drills, in gov'ts ehouhi be sown this 'jUtfV.tf?Tulld na soon as possibl you will obtain more gouu ieea irom i an ncre ot theso, properly cared tor, timn yo...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 June 1860

f 4- 'P f 144: ft Si f - . . -- EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WIIATEVEIE STATE OK TESZSUASION, ItELIGIOL'S OK POLITICAL. Thos. Jefferson. 'VOL. 8. M'AHTIIUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 7, 18C0. NO. 43. JllcJrlfjiir ftcinotrat. : 5 . PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY ALEX. PEAHCE. 0 FFICElTTTON'rKEW BUILDING TWO D00R8 EAST OF THE t'OUKT HOUSE, UP STAIRS. TERmVo F P iTll LI CATION. Ona copy one y jar, in advance, . fl.SO If pnlJ nftor six month. 2,00 Clubs of ton now subscribers to 1 P. O. 10.00 Tho monoy muss invariably accompany tlio or Jors from Clubs. . HTHo paper will bo discontinued until all Arrearages are paid up, unless at the option of tho I'ublitlior. Wlieu tbe paper Is not ordered to be discon tinued at the end ol'tho ycnr,it will bo continued. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Ono Sqrmre (10 lines) 3 insortionj f,M Daub additional insortiuii ij 8 months, i Ono sqnnro J;!,00 IV,a ..... .j r. in Threo do. 7,oa lo.oo is.no . K column cilumn 10,00 l.'i.00 20 01) 1 llll 15,00 0,01) 80,0...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 June 1860

Lincoln's Record in Congress. We have before us the Conarestion til (i')'be, contoinin1 the debates of tin seiviid Eossion of the Tlr'itieth Congress. t U a history of tho Cim grcssional career of tlio Republican candidate tor President. It id the measure of his ability; and it clatsilies hiin with tlie "small people" who oc casionally attain tho place Iv ncci dent, nnd who sh-iiulizj their utter lack ot mental ability, by sitttmg through the term in silence and inuc- tion. Such nan are not elected a Rfcona time, Lincoln was ', and accordingly Air. if at homo. Lut i hid recoul, fully and faithtully ,'iv- cn: I'age 10. Mr. Lincoln took Feat, Dec, 7, 1S4S. Pago 111. ),i IS lie; called for a division of the question! Page 170. lie asked if his vote was recorded in the negative. Th- t-V:!; said it was. Honest Abo said "tliut is right!'' Page 1 S3. 'Mr. Lincoln , j-eseiited a bill in relation to school j Lands which have or may bo relin-j quished." I'age 212. He presented j bill of six s...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 June 1860

Uj atcr(hr Scmocmt. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. The Effects of the Storm. la a trip through the vo6tern part of tho coucty, a few daya sincp, we noticed soma freaks of tho late Btorm. Between this placo and the crossing of Salt Cruet, ou tho London derry road, tho etrent!) of tho wind must havo been terrific. Nearly ere ry sugar-tree orchard is destroyed. The fruit orchards aro also greatly damaged. At tho south side of tho road near John Clark's residence- we noticed a pieco of bottom wood laud iu which uot ono treo in fivo was left standing, many of them being twisted off, evidently by a whirlwind. A short distanco west of this tho storm Lad token offthe tops oftho trees about twot:ty or thirty feet above the ground. Thoao who witnessed tho 6torm there- about3 say that all tho trees, the roofs of Mr. Clark's barn, residenco and other buildings, were carried down by one terrific blast. After passing Londonderry, we saw nothing that indicated a destructive Btorm, and even iu the wide bottoms ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 7 June 1860

Agricultural. "How Deep should we Plow?" In reply to this question, W. Reno, nf l'l'im rjiv;!! "If it should be n li.-lit Riindi'suiL on tinonen. srravellv subsoil, then shallow Hat plowing tho lr.r miv fuiir or fivu inches deep and eiHit or ten wide laid over level. Uut if it bo a heavy clay soil, on a subsoil of the same, then deop plowing would lie much the lest-saylrom eight to twelve inches. This should not bo laid level as in the r ,,A .i ..t,.,...t -.1 iUlllJCl, UUt Willi VUW V 1,-w .ii-i..i'-M ..:nii r.n ,C, r..v.i,w,i'ot liirroijeotfiatin time of much rain, I tho water may lie under tho broken soil and pass' off, leaving it in goodi;,IU'c-tw0 condition. And if the soil be natu- rally wet, then it will be best to looeon i ii a ,,cC;i.i 1(13 ouoouu na uev.i' ua i'uooiuiv. niin subsoil plow, that the surplus water may pass oil" through drains that we mav suppose l.avo already been made in 6oils of this naturo for if they uinu uuif iiiej diiuuiu i-u ii. Diiyacr, oi iew dcrsey.i...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 June 1860

fttur N W . . I i !l IPf I I .T fl I "-.A I IB I f II I I W I I ii ii in in in iv a i is EQUAL AMD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL ME., OF WIIATEVEIl STATE Oil PEHSUASIOX, ItELIGIOXJS OK POLITICAL. Thot. Jefferson. I VOL. 8. M'AKTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO, JUNE 14, I860. NO. 41. BY fFICE-lX BKATTON'S NEW DriLDINO TWO DOOI'S EAST OF TILS COlliT . HOUSE, UP STA1KS. TEUMS OF VVIX L1C 4T10N. On copy one yjar.in advance, 11. to If paid after six months. Clubs of tea new Bubscri Cl.'ibsof tea new subscribers to 1 P. 0. J1.C0 The money must invariably accompany tUo iv i Hi PUBLISHED EVERT THUES0. Y ALEX. PEAKCE. rddrn from Clubs. j . j ISTNo ppur wlllbo discontinued until all arrearages are raid up, uukas at tlio option oftho'hi(Vt When tha pnncr la not ordered to bo discon-1 - TEKMS OF AUVKKT1S1NG. On. Square (10 lines) 8 insertion $1,00 lCsch additional Incortion 23 , j Smonthi. 6 iioNTiia. 12 moNthi, 1 One square 3.00 5,o 8,''0 ' Two squuros 6,00 8,00 fihrea do. 7,00 10.00 Hooinmn ru.i'u m.uu xu ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 June 1860

From the Chicago Press and Tribune of June 5. Most Desolating Calamity. More th.-n Oat IluutnJ Milrt March of a W'utrhcind -Over Out Hundred Xi L it Appalling Destruction b a Torn i - tide county, U lluin-lrful Provtrtu und L'le.JIouses. Burns. 11. li. Cars Uanolial.ed. It becomes our painful duty ns jour nalUts to place in order such details ns wo have received of a most appall inland widespread calamity, which ou Sunday evening passed over a por tion of our own and an adjoining Sti.te, the most destructive and fright ful in loss of life and property that has ever visited the North-wctt. It well nigh realizes tho worst wo have ever read of those 6cc"Jts of elemental strife and devastation which liavo been deemed peculiar to the tropics. Tho tornado in question will 6tond thus far, (and long hereafter, wo trust,) with out a parallel in tho annul of disas ters, in our northern clime. From the best information wo have hecn able to collect thus far, tho track ot tho tornado extends fro...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 June 1860

llltSrljnir gnnocrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Tim Ceops. In a jau;.t to New and across through part of Jackson Tp last week, we observed innnv firdiia nf vvlient flint will nrnrlnpn .;. . r.-vv. uos over u nun crui, untu" to iaio sowing, poor soil and tbo weevil. TViA.ant.1f, anwpfl ftn nan? vn. ...I l,.t. Zm ,7,1 V T well. Jackson ,8 certainly iho fru.t of the county. Every peach tree ia full, and the apple and cherry crops will be avera-'o. The soil initIie that neighborhood ia better than i.ji U( , ,. , i bad been led to believe, and we notice that there is a considerable amount of j new ground being brought into cultiva. ' tion. The late storm did but little dam nge in tho northern part of the county. ' Storm near Eagle Fcrnace. On Wednesday last the vicinage of Eagle Furnace was visited by one of those dreadful tornadoes which have wrought so much destruction of life and property lately. Several houses were blown down and unroofed, and four or five persons badly injured. One at last ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 14 June 1860

Agricultural. 2r:.rr- Hints for the Season. I. Keep t!c lioo und cultivator go ing. Do not let tlio ground become caked or covered with weeds. If your soil is kept light und nie'low, well ex posed to the influenco oi uir und the transmission of moisture, the plants will grow better and stronger. Crops have a good start; assist them in keeping it. II. rreparo for harvest. See that nil yoiy tools are in order and tharp. Mowing machines should bo examin ed, aud if any repairs are needed, let them be done iramudiately. lie is a poor farmer who leaves undone such work until tho day the tools are needed, and if ho loses by it, gets what ho deserves. III. Iioot out thistles, cockle-, &c, from grain fields and everywhere clae. A crop of thistles in tho fence corner, or by tho roadside will seed your fields as well and quickly if raised in the middloof the hold. lMipthem in the bud; don't let thorn get a stai t. Look upon them as enemies, and act accord ingly. Tho be6t time to eradicate ...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 June 1860

From the Ohio Statesman. Republican Convention. Llrh time cl the Yiptram!-Gathering the Tribe:Var Sua oj the Western Re - $ervt Cotuervatiim Sca!peJ!Sliiuoh. tcr of lnnoc-nts! -Tie Uuggid J isue ; - fZTP1 Old Act!" The Ptutform nnd the Can- tiidaun. Tlio Republican Stale Convention lutt at tlio Stalo Street Theatre, Wednesday morning, June 13th. The Wigwam was ful! of delegates. Be fore the Convention was called to or der some enthusiastic abolitionist pro posed three cheers for Joshua Gid dings, os that ancient patriarch of tho Republican party made his appear ance on tho stage. About a dozen voices u.'iitfd in a discordant compli ment to tho Sago of Ashtabula. Somo t ther gentleman thereupon proposed a similar ovation to Abraham Lin coln, and about the same number of voices joined in the chorus. Both demonstrations were pardonable upon the hypothesis that the girl excused to her illicit child "it wa3 such a little one !" Brother Bascom then created a sen sation as ' no inviuiiibly...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — M'arthur Democrat. — 21 June 1860

Sljt'glffiriljnr democrat. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Masonic Celebration. There is, in tho minds of some, an erroneous impression in regard to the dinner which will be prepared for this occasion, and we mention the matter that no one may find him or herself in an awkward predicament. Tlie dinner ia prepared for the Masonic Brethren who may attend, and they, according to custom, can take to the dinner their wives, daughters, moth ers and sisters. Mr. Johnston will charge 75 ceuts for cnji one who dines. Masons wives, daughters, mothers and Bisters will bo admitted to the Church by tickets, that they may Imve scats; and none others will bo permit: ted to enter until tho Masons, and guests invited by tho Lodge, are nil seated. Tho brethren must attend to their own households in preference to those unconnected with the Order, and tho latter should not grumble because of an adherence to tho customs of Masonry. All Itiarrr. Tho Journal of last week contents itself with blackguard ing the editor o...

Publication Title: M'arthur Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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